Manual of Classical Literature

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E.C. Biddle, 1844 - Art, Ancient - 690 pages
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Contents

Weapons Defensive 45 Offensive Sparta 123 The Senate Ephori W 124
46
and knowledge of men 2 Develope Of the Greek games
47
general division of Asia 151155 Coun
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Febraterie
54
meals 53 Social repasts 54 Dress of AEtolia and Achaia
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on arts 10 Rise of architecture and Direction of letters and lines in writing
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of Africa 174176 Egypt 177
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events and arranging them in order
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creased 65 a Temples more splendid Camps 145 Standards and ensigns
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Misua Clipeis
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Sacrifices and attendant ceremonies 69 cities 149 Treatment of captured places
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of most prominent events 208 Common
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Taparura Taphrura
75
Adonis of Bacchus of Ceres of Minerva ments employed in naval battle 158
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PART II
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thology 7 Eastern origin of the Gre
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three classes I In scriptions 87 Custom of finishing study abroad Places
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References to works on Numismatics the subject 131 Abbreviations and ini
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sentations of the Seasons Cf P l 191 a
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class 1417 Saturn 18 Janus
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class 69 70 Coplus Ş71 72 Sol or
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Grecian story 119 General cause of
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Greek poetry 12 Poetry first cultivated
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Jason and the Argonauts 129 Castor
133
origin and progress of Greek poetry 14 Their various performances 131 Some
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manuscripts 107 Notice of some of the 135 Division into Consular and Imperial
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GRECIAN ANTIQUITIEs
141
Bucolic or Pastoral 31 32 Didactic Julius Pollux 138 AFlius Moeris
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Satyre 45 Different forms of Sa 145 Eustathius 146 Gregorius Pardus
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Moschus Ş 70 Callimachus Ş 71 Ara 157 Chion 158 Aristaenetus
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meaning of the term 155 156 Origin of the most remarkable ancient gems
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The different meals Manner of II Civil AFFAIRs p 248270
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ces whence the traditionary fables of the Spurious or Apocryphal writings 285
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term 193 Gems early known 194 flourishing period of this art in Greece
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Dionysius Halicarnasseus 248 dying their language 296 The four
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lostratus 255 c Eunapius 256 Zo useful as helps 3300 Plan followed
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of the Roman empire 192 Proportion III AFFAIRs of WAR p 270285
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of soldiers and other citizens W 193 The 275309 275 Authorities on
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tics 202 Design of Romulus and Numa of array 296 297 The Camp
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fices A 207 Several orders of priests 208 Modes of defence in a siege 301
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this part 198201 Methods of ascertain
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sacrorum S 214 Flamines 215 Salii Rewards of generals 306 Laws on
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║x Historians and Biographers p 624
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breviated pictures 18 Syllablewriting Infrequent use of writing in early times
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PART
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Greece The Pelasgi 34 Early state Porch Cynosarges Garden W 75 Regu
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A RCHAEOLOGY OF ROMAN LITERATURE ing of a very early date 141 Successive
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Naevius 351 Ennius Ş 352 W Epistolizers and Romancers p 600
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mans Two different theories respecting ancient Latin manuscripts known
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Graecia 2 Countries included under
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earliest ages 391 Influence of Greek 454 Example of Marcus Aurelius
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of Crassus and Antony the Orator 395 Cynic 460 Epicurean 461 Skeptic
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the later ages 402 Panegyrical oratory 471 Apuleius 472 Petronius Arbiter
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First rhetoricians at Rome Opposition to 4S2 Principal writers and works
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ence of the Grammarian 417 The an Solinus Ş 496 Vibius Sequester
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The Pontifical Commentaries
508
cipal writers in the third period of Roman
523
Cornelius Nepos 531 Titus Livius
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Suetonius Ş 538 Justin 539 Sextus
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a Catos book of medicine 547
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Dictys Cretensis of authors
554
Principal authors in physics 552
555
Writers on Law and Jurisprudence
643
AppENDIx to the History of Greek
649

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